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From shopping lists to jokes on the fridge – 6 ways parents can help their primary kids learn to write well

By Anabela Malpique, Senior Lecturer, Edith Cowan University
Deborah Pino Pasternak, Associate Professor in early Childhood Education and Community, University of Canberra
Debora Valcan, Murdoch University
Susan Ledger, Professor Susan Ledger, Head of School - Dean of Education, University of Newcastle, NSW., University of Newcastle
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A new survey of Australian primary teachers found almost 65% of teachers never asked students to write at home with the support of a family member.The Conversation

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